by George Bernard Shaw

Copyright date: 2013

To settle a bet, phonetics professor Henry Higgins teaches a cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, that being a lady means more than just speaking like a lady. The witty, rags-to-riches play was later adapted into a musical and film called "My Fair Lady."

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